A runoff between Jessica Coker and Steve Wunder will be held Feb. 2 for the vacant District 6 seat on Spartanburg County Council, Elections Director Henry Laye said.
According to unofficial results, Coker and Wunder were top vote getters among the five Republican hopefuls in Tuesday’s Republican primary.
Since neither received more than 50 percent of the vote, a runoff will be held in two weeks, according to Laye.
Turnout was less than 2%, or 733 votes out of 40,593 voters who could have voted.
The others running in the primary were Michael Dawson, Karen Puckett and Robert Briggs.
According to results, Coker received the most votes with 311, or 41.97%; Wunder was next with 216 votes, or 29.15%.
Dawson finished third with 179 votes, or 24.16%; followed by Puckett with 20 votes, or 2.7%; and Briggs, 15 votes, or 2.02%.
Coker is a certified public accountant who lives in Roebuck.
Wunder, of Duncan, is a licensed commercial real estate broker with NAI Earle Furman in Spartanburg.
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There was no Democratic primary because Lekesa Whitner was the lone Democrat to file. She will face the winner of the Feb. 2 Republican primary runoff on March 23.